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Recent Works on Continuous Multi-Label Optimization

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In this talk my recent works on variational multi-label problems is presented. The talk is divided into two parts: The first part discusses how to utilize co-occurrence, hierarchical, proximity and label transition priors in order to improve the resulting labelling. Moreover applications in semantic image segmentation and motion segmentation of RGB -D images are presented. The second part introduces a novel approach to improving the integrality of the solution to relaxed multi-labelling problems. To this end, we incorporate the entropy of the objective variable as a measure of the relaxation tightness.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Image Analysis Seminars series.

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